ADIAH is a women’s organisation based in the South Kivu province of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Established in 2004, it aims to mobilise human, financial and material resources for the promotion of vulnerable and marginalised populations. ADIAH’s areas of intervention include human rights education, sexual violence and exploitation, child marriage, sexual and reproductive health and rights, girls’ and women’s education, leadership and entrepreneurship.
AFBAS-MOPTI is a local women’s organisation created in 2014 in the Mopti region of Mali. The organisation works to offer socio economic rehabilitation to children in difficult circumstances, sensitise against inter-ethnic conflicts, promote the rights of women and children and the schooling of girls, and protect children against child marriage and child labour.
ACODES is a grassroots organisation based in Uvira, Democratic Republic of Congo. Created in 1999, ACODES works to improve the socio economic, health and environmental living conditions of disadvantaged local populations. ACODES’ areas of intervention include defence and promotion of human rights, gender equality, economic empowerment, education, child protection, environmental protection, and habitat and land protection.
SDVong is a grassroots organisation based in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of Congo. Established in 2017, SDVong is concerned with the development of villages and focuses its efforts on the areas of education, health and the improvement of living conditions. They work to end child marriage by raising awareness about the issue, offering vocational training for married girls, and organising socio cultural activities for communities.
IFRC is the world’s largest humanitarian organisation, providing assistance without discrimination as to nationality, race, religious beliefs, class or political opinions. Founded in 1919, the IFRC comprises 190 member Red Cross and Red Crescent National Societies, a secretariat in Geneva and more than 60 delegations strategically located to support activities around the world.
UIHFD is a non-governmental organisation located in Accra, Ghana. Established in 2019, UIHFD’s mandate is to build and strengthen the capacities of disadvantaged rural households and community groups to engage with local authorities and decision makers, assert their fundamental human rights, and demand improved standards of living. Their main areas of focus include education, health, water, sanitation, hygiene and gender equality.
REVSODEP is a Ghanaian community based organisation headquartered in Tamale, Northern Ghana. Established in 2003, they collaborate with likeminded people and organisations to alleviate poverty and diseases in Ghana. Their main areas of work are water and sanitation, agriculture and environment, health and nutrition, advocacy and governance, gender and education.